For those of who want to fangirl (or boy?) more over Jason's new programs and gush at his ever-extending flexibility.
Starting with karne's post WITH video!
ETA: And now we can see the results of this wonderful FS. MARATHON TIME!
Broadmoor Open (June 2013)
Glacier Falls (Aug. 2013)
Nebelhorn (Sept. 2013)
Skate America (Oct. 2013)
Trophee Eric Bompard (Nov.2013)
Nationals!! (Jan. 2014)
Jason's ISU bio
Jason's icenetwork bio (which has a full competitive history, and links to video and articles)
Jason Older Competitive Programs
2013 Junior Worlds FS-- 2 lovely 3A, and two 3-3 combination with in the last 30 seconds. Plus all the usual lovely extensions, spins and such.
2011 Nationals FS
Smashing senior debut for this kid. Even without a triple axel.
2011-2012 JGPF FS He won the competition with this program. However his Jr. Worlds performance was just as good, if not better. Such a haunting program. So amazing to watch with some distance from it.
2012 Nationals SP
2011 Nationals SP
Love the peppy up beat music and how Jason rises with it!
2010 Nationals Junior SP
2010 Nationals Junior FS
2009 Nationals Novice SP
2009 Nationals Novice FS
Current Exhibition Cotton Eyed Joe
2015 US Nationals
2015 World Championships
He had the M.C. Hammer "Can't Touch This" exhibition for 1.2 seasons.
He had a completely different exhibition (to "A Drop in the Ocean" by Ron Pope) that he had in the 2011-2012 season and kept for the first part of the 2012-2013 season
JGP Bosphorus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoknCi5VkFc
JGP Final 2011
Junior World Championships 2012
He did the Can't Touch This exhibition at Jr. Worlds 2013 and kept it for the 2013-2014 season (including for SOI).
Also in the deep archives is this other exhibition done exactly one time (to Sinatra's Fly Me to the Moon from 2013): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow7mKHpEWik
2009 at the Rink Opening at Wrigley Park
2008 Skate for Hope
Interview from Skate for Hope
ETA: One more long-lost exhibition:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gf2uQMOhIeg <--- Christmas 2010 at the Galleria Dallas to "Let it Snow." That is a tree in the middle.